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Discussion Forum

We made the Wall St Journal! 1 Reply

Started by House of Charm Antiques Southinc. Last reply by Carol Anne of Pearl's Parlor 1 hour ago.

Interesting Georgian(?)/Victorian(?) English Inkwell 6 Replies

Started by Erikh. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera 2 hours ago.

Can anyone identify what these military insignia represent ? 4 Replies

Started by Lloyd Levine. Last reply by Lloyd Levine 4 hours ago.

German Poker Chips In Metal Canisters 3 Replies

Started by Susan Holzberger. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera 5 hours ago.

Please help identify these awesome little containers with lids 4 Replies

Started by Nicholas Bolick. Last reply by Molly 12 hours ago.

Can anyone tell me more about this clock? 14 Replies

Started by Patrick. Last reply by Patrick 13 hours ago.

Art Deco, brass, trinket dish 7 Replies

Started by Jeannine Nield. Last reply by Jeannine Nield 19 hours ago.

I idea what I found but I fell in love with both. Help please. 20 Replies

Started by Amide Jacques. Last reply by Amide Jacques 21 hours ago.

Anyone know anything about this bottle of bath gelee 6 Replies

Started by Cheryl Johns. Last reply by Cheryl Johns yesterday.

Rowl Greenhalghs' Disney Watercolors 5 Replies

Started by Mark Wyndham-Jones. Last reply by Mark Wyndham-Jones yesterday.

Further photo for mystery object. 9 Replies

Started by Roy Davey. Last reply by Roy Davey yesterday.

Mid Century Chair in need of ID help 3 Replies

Started by Eve Maulsby. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera yesterday.

What type work bench? 3 Replies

Started by Jamie. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera yesterday.

Rare Capodimonte, any views on this, it's a substantial piece 40 Replies

Started by simon harris. Last reply by simon harris on Saturday.

Saxon China Pattern unknown 12 Replies

Started by TGlo. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera on Saturday.

German translation anyone ? 7 Replies

Started by Lloyd Levine. Last reply by Michael on Saturday.

This is a decorative commemorative plate...where is it from? What is it? 5 Replies

Started by Molly. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera on Friday.

Invitation to the White House 5 Replies

Started by Gena Brown. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera on Friday.

Comment Wall


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Comment by Rachel Bartasavich on Friday
How do I upload a picture for help identifying.
Comment by Jay Johnston on Thursday

@Molly,@Tom Thanks for looking at the bowl pictures, this is why I came here, I tend to agree with the both of you.

As far as the dust cover statement, I was merely adding content and trying (failing miserably)  to make the point of that the last owner took the time to get it professionally framed and mounted.  Thanks again

Comment by Molly on Thursday

Regarding your bowl, I think Tom may be onto something with that theory.  There is a hole where you could attach a rope to hang it up when not in use.  Also there is perhaps a purposeful lip/spout to direct the flow of whatever you are pouring out.

Comment by Molly on Thursday

Hi Jay,

I cannot personally tell you about the traffic on that "page" (because I have never tried to sell anything yet)but there are more members than on this one, and it is set up for the sale of your treasures, specifically.  This comment wall is related to Whadja Find, which is the place you go to learn about and find the maker, origin, etc. of something you have that you want to learn more about.

In reference to the post below, are you saying the framed artwork you have has a dust cover on the back?  I did not understand that one.  I only commented on your Van Gogh.

Comment by Jay Johnston on Thursday

Thanks for your input @Molly. I was thinking about selling it. Since I am new to this site can you, or anyone tell me do they get good traffic on their "Sell My Antiques" forum.  Do you know the approx value? It appears to be from 1948, it has archival It does have a dust cover on the back, so it looks ready to go. Thanks

Comment by Carol Babbitt on Thursday

Thanks Molly, I didn't think it was a Stickley. I'll do better on pictures next time.

Comment by Molly on Thursday

Thanks, Tom!  I just saw your post and found Carol's page.  It is looking Eastlake-ish to me, or possibly handmade? Either way, it is exceptional.

Comment by Molly on Thursday

If you have the original, someone stole it from the museum in Amsterdam.

Comment by Molly on Thursday

Avenue of Poplars - Vincent Van Gogh - Drawing, pencil, pen in brown ink, on wove paper Nuenen   March, 1884

Comment by Jay Johnston on Thursday

Any Vincent Van Gogh fans?  I came across this today and took a chance oon it for 25 bucks..It is called poplar trees 1884 by vincent van gogh..

Looks  vintage


Anyway I always wanted to own a Van Gogh and sound pretentious


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